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South Haven Sentinel (Newspaper) - November 2, 1889, South Haven, MichiganVol. Tar tit South Mich., move beb 2, 1889 1to 24. Sax Salvador is the Flora the Central american republics to establish Telephone service throughout its territory. A James g. Blaine and Melville w. Fuller the present chief Justice were reporters papers in Augusta me., in 1&55. There has been a marked decadence in the use the French language at Montreal during the last ten years. Formerly it was the prevalent Tongue but now the English predominates. A a i Tir i chief the brotherhood locomotive tip Tome 01 the w Eek. Engineers the 28th at Denver a Ben Taylor. A contractor and four interesting news compilation. I his workmen were fatally injured the _ i 28th at Salem ala., by the collapse a from Washington. I veranda which they were standing. In the United states the business failures i several witnesses from Camp 20 were during the seven Days ended the 2�th he stand the 29th in the Ronin numbered 188, and for Canada 37. For the murder Case and testified unwillingly corresponding week last year the figures t Ninan corroborated her husbands were 222 failures in the uni de states and a a oat the White Boree. At Topeka. Kan., Nick Schaeffer was 32 in Canada at the leading Clearing houses in the according to a paper read at a Congress at Strasburg 32 per cent railway passengers in Prussia travel fourth class,21 per cent third class 20.1 second and Only 8.9 the 20th under the Prohic United states the exchanges during the con View u 1 with the Cor found in the state. Of the 19th Ous week. As compared responding week 1888 the increase amounted to 8.6. The sunday Observance agitation has spread to Russia an 1,200 merchants St Petersburg have declared their readiness to close their places business that Day. Rev. Or Noyes Canton says that f200.000,000 is spent in c Hina annually ancestral worship alone. He found that the ratio gifts to income in several families ranged from one fifth to one third and in no Case was so Small a one tenth. A m Mon cider who recently arrived in san Francisco from new zealand said that be and other mormon miss varies had been at work in that Island for the last three and a half years and had Over three thousand members in their Maori churches. Early the morning i Thomas c. Mccausland founder the town Mccausland la., was fatally shot by burglars. At Denver col., Over seven inches j Damp Snow fell the 29th. And several roofs were crushed by its weight. A pass Ugek and freight train col the East. Fins destroyed the business portion the Village lets Mills n. Y., the 24th. In the 25th the Schooner Forest fairy which sailed from Boston for the a sores. I Ammart 22. We riven up a a Lort. She had lived the 29th at Glendale la., and thirty seven people Board mostly por Engineer Pullen and Ansel Gillott were Puguese returning Home. A killed and fourteen persons were injured. Charles Mcilwaine a Nineteen year old a part the passenger train and most murderer was the 2 a the sentenced to freight train was burned. I c. C. East Udaya a House at Massena i la., was burned the 29th. And his Small children perished in the sentenced death by electricity in Bing sing prison hew York some time during the first week in a Annie Price. Forepaugh a fat woman three died in new York the 26th. She was flames. Forty seven Vears old and weighed 525 i amour amp co. S fertiliser building at a / a Kansas City was destroyed by fire in the 26th the seventh Garnet the the 29th. Loss 8110,000. A negro per world s series for the base Ball Cham shed in the flames. In St. Paul the 29th negro . Marvin series unions hire Between the new 1 works and i a a York and chairman the Relief committee for Brooklyn took place at Mew resulted in a Victory for the new by a score 11 to Yorks an Eastern Ohio invalid thinks he contracted rheumatism from a horse Chestnut which he carried in his clothes As a preventive. Lie picked up the nut in the Street and now believes some one else had thrown it there after loading it with the disease. King Otto Bavaria receives 4.231,-044 Marks a Little Over a million dollars. A year from which -�250,000 is deducted to off the debts his predecessor King Ludwig. How Large those debts Are maybe inferred from the fact that it will take fifteen years to wipe them out entirely. Next year 1890, will bean interesting one in the staff departments the army for the paymaster Gei Jeral the quartermaster general the commissary general subsistence and the surgeon general will be retired for age february 15, june 16. July 1 and August 16, respectively. The Dakota sufferers stated that he Felt convinced from information received and families representing a total upwards i one Hundred thousand people who were destitute in the Dakota. Harry Norman and John Childers engine pushed a train Back against the fought a Duel with pistols the-9th f four Man were at Helena. Ark., and both were killed. Edward s. Ebert aged ninety years fell into a fire at Shin Riston w. ., Tion Stoneboro Mercer county pa., the 26th. In Brooklyn the 28th the eighth the plot exposed. Opening speech in the . Cronin murder trial. Judge Longenecker Trace the conspiracy from it inception to the killing several witnesses give their testimony. Fief destroyed the business portion that there were nearly Twenty thous i i i m n to still ref us Lwy the Village 1 inlay s Lake n. Y., the 27th. At Irwin pa., four men wore playing cards the 27th under a car when an de a tra car. Moving it. And the crushed to death. Flames swept away the business por _ a. I the 29th and was fatally burned. Or i Ebert claimed that in 1818 he built the first House Ever erected by White men game the world s series for the base i the site the City Chicago Hall championship Between the new the death sex governor John Man Yorks and Brooklyn took Piare and re Ning occurred at Amdon s. A. On the suited in a Victory for the new Yorks by 29th at the age seventy three years a score 16 to 7. He wis governor South Carolina in the Koscoe Brothers Ham at Syra 1852. Else. N. Y., was burned the 28th, the 29th a team horses which with eight horses one them valued at John Wood w As driving backed off a <5 000. Bridge near Shelbyville ind., and xxx Ood the firm Heston a Erben Wool j Ana his wife were fatally injured. M embers the Iowa tribe indians Are very Well off. They have been reduced in number to eighty three persons and have two Hundred thousand acres Rich farming land which they Are to sell to the government an average Over two thousand four Hundred acres each. A Kansas City policeman says As the result his official observation a a one reason Ibero Are such a great number vagrants about is because so Many Meh Are without trades. It is difficult for a poorly dressed Man to get a Job unless he is a Mechanic. A Mechanic can always get work. Dealers in Philadelphia failed the a 29th for 5350.000. the 29th the new York base Ball team won the world s championship in new York by defeating the Brooklyn by a score 3 to 2. It it was the ninth game the series new y Ork scoring six victories. By the explosion a locomotive boiler three men were instantly killed the 29th at Scranton. A. On the 29th mrs. Emma Beckwith was nominated by the equal rights part \ for Mavor Brooklyn n. Knurr. The famous German gun manufacturer would it was said the 29th, establish gun works near Litts Burgh a. A West and the Sale at Minneapolis the pills Burn and i Ash Burn Mills to an English Syndicate for $5.250,000 was definitely announced the 29th. At Somerset. Ind., the jumbo Gas Well which supplied the town with fuel gave out the 29th. Leaving the Citi Sens tireless. It was stated the 29th that the i Cago a Alton railway had been absorbed by the Union Pacific. Of de the female clerks who have trained positions in the Treasury ariment within four five years Are mostly Young women who have just passed through the Normal schools and have entered the government service through the civil service examination test they Are a Bright lot Young women. South. The Schooner Lizzie s. Haynes from Savannah to Baltimore was wrecked the 26th Bodie s Island and five men were drowned. A to Tho .2flth the Independent republicans Virginia met at Alexandria and nominated an anti Mahone ticket with John f. Lewis Rockingham for governor. A Twenty years the work removing the unknown dead and their interment in a plot especially for that purpose is progressing and Johnstown. A. It is the intention to erect neat headstones at each grave and a full description each body with a memorandum every article Likely to Lead to identification will be kept in a permanent record. If Daniel Webster is in position to know what is going in the world he will recall with some astonishment that As to a considerable portion the territory included within the new Northwestern states he once declared it was a so far off that it could never be governed by the u United states and that a Delegate to Congress from them a could not reach Washington until a year after the expiration his term. General Raum. Pension commissioner will be sixty years old in december. He is one the three men in Washington who Are called shakespearean in their Type head and face the others being Justice Field and congressman Reed. Of the three Raum is the handsomest and look8 most like the portraits the Bard at . General Raum has a Fine House in Washington. His wife is the Happy Mother three sons and five daughters. Of the latter three Are married and one is a widow. General and mrs. Raum Are noted for their hospitality. The Fortune the late it. T. Babbitt the great soap manufacturer is estimated at 35.000.000. One the sights new York to people interested in its manufactures has Long been . Babbitt s six immense kettles made boiler Iron their aggregate capacity being 3,500.000 pounds while Tho value the raw material it takes to fill them before boiling is 8216.000. A what do you think it costs Babbitt to keep the Kettle boiling Quot was Long a joke in the Trade. Most the machinery employed in the great factory is . Babbitt s own invention. He was possessed a High order inventive Genius. Letters received in London from Zanzibar assert that the slave traffic is openly carried in the streets that City at the weekly markets where slaves Are exposed for Sale with placards suspended around their necks which Weir Price is written. Women sell if Young for from �6 to �10 each. The capital for business is understood to to furnished by a Rich firm traders the members which Are English. It is further declared that to local officials Are in Poy this firm which thus secures immunity for its traffic. A few the m worthies i however sixty the the am Yerre ago Antelope Valley. In Era desert considered for f a Rmina 1 his season pc harvested a t a 1 and feud Between the Doud and Mckenna families living near new Hampton. A. Terminated in a Glt eral Battle the 26th. In which Thomas Doud and Peter Mckenna were shot dead and several other persons were wounded. On the 26th the Schooner George t. Simmons Camden. N. J., was Wren ked off false Cape a. And five her Crew were drowned. Or in his annual report the 26th nov error White Montana estimates the White population Montana at 170.000 and the indians at 15,000. The total wealth is Given at 8150.000.050. I he territory is out debt As a a file. Re he assessment shows an increase $47,-000.000 in eight years. The value live Stock is 850000,000. There Are 316 school houses 442 teachers and 27,600 scholars. There Are 91.000.000 acres land. The actual mileage railroads in operation is Given at 1,834 Miles. An entire Block business buildings in Selina ala., was burned the 27th. Causing a loss $200.000. Mil Healy and Green Mccoy members the famous Mccoy hat fled gang were taken from jail at Hamlin. M. Va., the 26th by members the Hatfield party and hanged. In a bicycle tournament at san Francisco miss Baldwin completed 781 Miles the 26th in forty eight hours beating the record. Dispatches received the 26th at Norfolk va., say that Tho Schooner a. E. Blackman rolled Over two Hundred Miles at sea and five her Crew were drowned. Seven years ago Ellis a luxe so As sent to prison from St. Clairc hey. 111., for murder. On Tho 26th i was discovered that he was innocent the Crarae. Local switchman the ten railroads entering Memphis tenn., went strike the 26th for higher wages the 26t i John Barnard and his four sons accused the murder Hurley sufi at Knoxville. Tenn., were sentenced to hang november 23. Jive Deal cations major Shirke the Louisian aex stat treasurer were fixed the 26th at 8373,000. The death Joseph w. Knight the oldest school teacher in Indiana occurred the 28th at Evansville. He was born in 1815. On the 28th Oliver Garrison aged seventy nine year a prominent citizen St. Louis a committed suicide with a revolver. Ill health was the cause. A boiler in a new Brick Block at Akron o., occupied by Neil Dyas dry goods merchants exploded the 2mh. And the building was burned. Loss 8250.000. In South Dakota there were three counties the 28th in which there were one thousand families entirely destitute the necessaries life. Twenty the persons who assisted in Lynching a murderer recently Lexington n. A were arrested 28th by order governor Fowle lodged in jail. A the Bank at Abilene Kan., suspended payment the 28th with liabilities about $400,000. In the Cronin Case in Chicago the principal witness Tho 28th was mrs. T. T. Conklin who testified to the manner which . Cronin was enticed from office the night May 4. Her ascription the Man who drove him away tallied closely with that the stranger for whom Dan Coughlin hired the White horse. _ p. Ii. Aetha a a was re elected grand foreign intelligence. Dispatches the j25th from the Island san the Straits Belle Isle and the coast Labrador stated that the inhabitants were starving and appeals had been made Foi Relief. The failure the fisheries left the people without food. An incendiary fire destroyed the greater part the Village Comber ont., Tho 25th. Over a Large part Mexico earthquake shocks were Felt the 25th, but no damage los life was reported. The German forces in East Africa had a Battle recently with the natives in which three Hundred the latter were killed wounded. The germans lost seven men. On the 2sth the British ship Bolan from Calcutta for Liverpool foundered in i at sea and thirty three lives were lost. The Steamer x Ille de Brest burst her boiler in Tunis Bay the 28th and five persons were killed. Earthquake shocks in Italy the 28th caused serious damage and loss life at Gallipoli. At Chambard can., the thermometer i marked the Zero Point the 28th. At Hatras. India in a railway Accident the 28th fifteen persons were killed i and forty injured. On the 28th the rain fall had destroyed the Rich Cotton crop in the Yang tee Valley in China and a widespread famine was imminent. The Price Rice had already trebled. London advices the 29th from Scutari stated that two Hundred houses in that place had been destroyed by fire. The trial opened. Chicago oct. 25.�?the trial five the men accused the murder . Cronin Coughlin Sullivan Beggs Burke and Kunzer was formally let gun at 10 clock yesterday morning. Woodruff is to be tried separately. States attorney Longenecker in making the opening speech for the prosecution proceeded to define the murder l r. Cronin As the unlawful killing the Man with malice aforethought. A the material Points to be proved he said a Are the killing . Cronin the fact that the killing was done in this county and state and that three defendants did the killing with malice . Longenecker said that . Cronin was decoded away from his Home the night May 4 last and was never seen alive again by his friends. His body was found in a Lake View catch Basin May 22, where it had been placed by those who had beaten out his life. There was a motive for his murder and the speaker claimed that the state would be Able to show that the motive arose from the fact that the unfortunate doctor was an Active member an Irish organization known As the clan a Gael. There were five members the executive Board and these Alexander Sullivan. Boland and Feeley formed the famous Triangle. The Triangle was accused by i r. Cronin having plundered the society and to prevent an exposure the speaker said the butchery was planned and executed. The state s attorney traced the conspiracy from its inception to the killing the doctor concluding at 2 30 . In his peroration he said that if after hearing the evidence the jury had the slightest doubt the guilt the prisoners they should give them their Freedom but if the other hand they were satisfied that they were the murderers then he should demand that the highest penalty the Law be inflicted. Counsel for the defendants waived their opening speeches and the examination witnesses was commenced without delay. Captain Villiers the Lak x new police told the finding the bloody trunk and the identity the body was sworn to by Joseph c. Keefe James Holland Stephen Connolly h. A. Yisch and Morris Morris. , the employee the department Public works who discovered the body in the catch Basin gave his testimony. The witnesses were Dis missed with nominal Cross examination the defense apparently having decided to admit that the body was that the physician. At 4 40 clock court adjourned. Day. Nesses who had preceded them the stand. Judge Mcconnell then reversed his ruling and said to did not see that the court could do More than simply exclude the witnesses trom the room. Patrick Dinan the livery Man testified to the Oft repeated Story Dan Coughlin May 4 engaging a Rig for a Friend the calling the Friend for it in the evening the hitching up the celebrated White horse and the objection the stranger to the color the horse. The Rig was driven North Clark Street in the direction . Cronin s office. When i s absence became known the witness Felt As though something was wrong and went to the station that night where he saw Dan Coughlin. Coughlin asked the witness to say nothing about his Friend having the horse out As it might get him into trouble Asho and . Cronin had not been Good friends for a year and a half but Dinan said he went and told Captain Schaack the circumstances. Court adjourned until ten clock monday morning. Day. Attacking the Triangle a that is the executive saying they had wasted the funds the order and betrayed it. Beggs he said defended Alexander Sullivan in a warm speech in fact the speakers both sides were pretty warm. Beggs said there must to peace War. The witness would not be sure whether Beggs used the word a a War Beggs acted the part a peacemaker counselling Harmony. Stephen Colleran was the last witness examined. He was a member lamp 20 for four five years but does not Nowr belong to it. Ile said that at the meeting february 8 there was a Wrangle Over a report a committee a some Money matter pertaining to that a which was not forthcoming although some the members stated they had heard the report read in another Camp. A motion to appoint another committee to investigate the matter was overruled. Lynched. Unmasked. The fourth . Conklin with whom i it a. Cronin boarded the principal wine. Iii Ciao oct. 29.�?the principal witness in the Cronin Case yesterday was mrs. T. T. Conklin who testified As to the manner in we hich . A renin was enticed from his office the night May 4. Her description the Man who drove him away tallied closely with that Given by livery Man Dinan the stranger for whom Dan Coughlin hired the White horse. She saw Frank Scanlan approach Tho buggy and speak to the doctor just As they were about to drive away. Or. Cron in gave . Scanlan some keys. The parties in the buggy then drove away and that wus the last time mrs. Conklin saw l r. Cronin alive. John j. Cronin testified to his Posi identification the body i r. Cronin by certain physical peculiarities which he w As not called to detail. The doctor s name he said was Patrick Henry Cronin. He was born county Cork Ireland and w As either 44 45 years old when he died. The witness was an older brother. On Cross examination it was developed that the w fitness had not seen the remains until after the postmortem. Frank t. Scanlan was the next witness. He saw . Cronin last alive about 7 30 clock the evening May 4. This was just As he was getting into a buggy standing in front his office. W fitness asked the doctor where he was going and the latter replied that he was going to attend a Man Hurt at an ice House a up North. The witness next inquired How Long he we As going to be gone to which the doctor replied a god Only the Tive a mob at Hamlin w. Va., Han Green Mccoy and Milton Haley member the notorious Mccoy gang desperado. Huntington Xiv. X�?�a., oct. 28.�?a mob surrounded the Lincoln county jail in Hamlin Friday night forced an Entrance after a Short resistance by the authorities took Green Mccoy and Milton Haley and hanged them to a tree a Short distance from the jail building. Haley and Mccoy were natives Kentucky and were Allied to the Mccoy faction outlaws we Hose murderous feuds with the hat Fields is generally familiar to Tho Public. Mccoy Wras engaged in a shooting scrape with Paris Brumfield and about a month ago. In company w Ith Haley he ambushed and attempted to murder a1 Brumfield and his wife. Both victims were badly wounded. Mccoy and Healy escaped to Kentucky but not until they had made two More attempts at assassination in the county in one which a Man named Adkins was wounded. The two would be murderers were arrested in Martin county ky., and Friday were locked up in the Lincoln county Xiv. X a jail. In the absence definite information it is supposed they were lynched by some the Hatfield sympathizers. The second at the and in his de later. The chief w fitness in the Cronin murder Case in Chicago the 30th ult. Was Captain Thomas f. O Connor a member Camp 20, w to described in detail Tho appointment the secret committee by senior guardian Beggs to investigate the charges that the executive committee Triangle had squandered the funds and that there were British spies in the Camp. Vex Trafford a Rich old Farmer Grafton ind., was swindled out $5,000 the Gold Brick trick the 30th ult. Advices to 30th ult. Say that a revolution was in full Progress in Tho Santa Rosa District Guatemala and that the government was shooting All the prisoners taken. Rev. T. Devitt talmagf., the Brooklyn Tabernacle sailed the 30th ult. On the Steamer City Paris for the holy land. Lewis Andrews aged one Hundred and nine years died at Pottersville n. Y., the 30th ult. He was Bright and Active up to the Day his death. One the 1 oilers the Llella ire blast Furnace at Bellaire o., exploded the 30th ult., causing damage to the extent 8200,000. In a railway wreck the 30th ult. Near Thaxton a xta., a passenger was killed As Well As the engineers and firemen both trains and a number passengers were wounded. Hog cholera prevailed to an alarming extent the 30th ult. Around Freeport 111., Farmers in some sections having lost nearly All their hogs. The projected marriage Between Prince Murat Paris and ass Gwendoline Caldwell Tho wealthy Washington woman was abandoned the 30th ult., the Prince not liking the Money settlements made by miss Caldwell. Harvey d. Wilson a wealthy Kansas City contractor and builder committed. Suicide the 30th ult. By shooting himself through the head. The River to and its tributaries and other streams in Italy overflowed their Banks the 30th ult., and a portion the City Verona was flooded. The great strike the Journeyman tailors in Chicago ended the 30th ult. In a Victory for the employers. Officers left Nile Mich., the 30th Ull with a woman calling herself mrs Monroe and her daughter mrs. Davis it was said that the aged Dame was the infamous mrs. Bender whose family years ago committed Many murders in Labette county Kan. Mrs. Davis the daughter was also thought to be the notorious Kate Bender. Wine swear to the identification . Cronin body. Chicago oct. 26.�?the line proof As shown by the witnesses who appeared Early in the session the Cronin trial Friday was to establish by i Pond the Shadow a doubt that the l Ody found in the catch Basin was that . Jct Ronin. Nicholas Wallen j born t. T. Conklin John f. Scan i Lan Frank Scanlan p. Mcgarry and i p. Ahern All friends and intimate acquaintances the doctor swy Ore to the identity the remains and two labourers John Fennegan and xxx Illiam Michaels told the finding the body in the catch Basin. I r. C. Xiv. Lewis a dentist told his experience in treating . Cronin for Teeth trouble. Dentist and patient had been terms intimacy and the former had experimented with a Peculiar style plate for the false Teeth he made for . Cronin and which could not be moved in the Mouth without inserting the Finger. I r. Lew is described this plate to a nicety and when . Mills undoing a Small package he held in his hand produced a plate we Ith two false Teeth attached which had been taken from the Mouth the Corpse every body was satisfied that the Young dentist was Able to recognize his Handiwork at a glance. On May 24 Lewis w ent to Carrolls undertaking establishment Chicago Avenue and there saw a dead Lody which lit identified As . Cronin s. Or. Egbert assistant county physician who assisted at the autopsy the body testified As to the nature the wounds and said the doctor died from the result violence from the wounds he received and that the internal organs were found in Good condition and there was no evidence that the body a .1 suffered from any disease. Judge Wing and . Forrest for the defense took turns in Cross examining the witness for nearly two hours with the View securing an admission that the wounds upon the body might have been occasioned by rough usage while getting it out the vault . Egbert insisted however that they were inflicted prior to his death acid his testimony in other particulars remained unshaken. John Carroll the undertaker was sailed to establish the identity the body we hich a postmortem w As held we Ith the one examined by . Lew is at his establishment at 171 Chicago Avenue. The defense did not Cross examine him. Court then adjourned till 10 clock saturday morning. The third Day. Sold to englishmen. A sym Ligate acquire the in ills try and Washburn Mill interests at Minneapolis. It Minneapolis minn., oct. 30.�?Tho announcement is made definitely that a contract Sale has been closed by English and new York capitalists for the Pillsbury Mills and the Xiv. I. Xiv Ash Burn Mill interests including the Waterpower both. The Price paid is $5,250,-000. The employees both concerns have been notified to get the books in witness then asked him if he know there j Bapp preparatory to the change. A Stock the Vito company Wili be formed the Pillsbury retaining Large interests and. A. Pills Bury acting As manager. The new Deal goes into effect november 5. London. Oct. 30.�?it is announced that subscriptions will be opened in a Day two for the Stock the Pillsbury amp Washburn flouring company. The capital is placed at $8,000,000. It is said that the Price paid for the property was $6,500,000. Was to be a meeting the Celto american company to which . Cronin replied a yes and it is Lucky you arc Here so you can take the xxx Ith this remark he handed the witness a Hunch keys and was driven away. Or. Scanlan corroborated the evidence former witness descriptive the horse buggy and Driver. Or. Forrest s efforts to shake him Cross examination proved unavailing. Theodore t. Conklin testified that he visited the House p. O Sullivan about 11 clock the sunday morning following . Cronin s disappearance. He asked Quot Sullivan if he sent for . Cronin the evening before. Of Sullivan said he had not and in ans we to further questions said he had not been out town none his men were Hurt and that All his men were in bed by 9 a lock mrs. Whalen his housekeeper corroborating the latter statement. Or. Dona hoc behalf Sullivan Cross examined . Conklin but without bringing out any thing new. The fifth Day. Prove l n meal it ers the flan a Gael willing witnesses. Chicago. Oct. 30.�?after a couple had Len heard the unimportant witnesses at yesterday mornings session Cronin trial the state called John i. O Connor recording Secretary Camp 20. Of the United brotherhood clan a Gael. He had been a member the order for six years and now belonged to the Branch known As Camp 20, the Columbia club. A right Here the threshold said . Forrest a i object to any thing relating to the history the clan a a it in. Foster counsel for Beggs said that a behalf the defendant Beggs we want the record Section is made his part to the Intro j Reuth auction this edition . Of Connor proceeded. He said few Days John f. Beggs was senior guardian lows cd by Camp 20. Martin Burke Dan Coughlin Pursuit Patrick Cooney and Patrick Sullivan were members. There was a meeting by the Camp the night february s. Captain t. F. O Connor was the made a few remarks but witness fatally burned. The Salt a my rap which befell a Man who i said to have built the first House the present site Chicago. Wheeling Xiv. Va., oct. 30.�?monday night Edward s. Ebbert aged 89, fell in an open fire at his Home in Shinnston Harrison county this state and was fatally burned. Or. Ebbert was authentically record As the Man. Who built the first House the site Chicago. In 1818, when 18 years old to ran away from Home and went into the employ a British our trading company. In 1819 he built a Small log dwelling where Chicago now stands and lived there till 1825, when he became disgusted Over repeated Indian invasions and severe Winters and throwing up his position abandoned his claim and returned Home where he has lived Ever since. He was moderately Well-to-do1 hut has never visited Chicago since. _ killed in Battle. From Vic Quot Bush Iris a a bloody engagement reported Zanzibar three Hundred Kebel slain. Berlin. Oct. 28.�?dispatches from Zanzibar say that Captain Xvi Smann Tias had a Battle we Ith 5.000 insurgents Undot Beshiri winning a decisive tory. After the Surprise to show that no Obcamp recently by lieutenant Graven Captain Xiv Issmann sex which we As reported a ago and we hich was Fol the flight the rebels the was continued some Days by lieutenant Graven Reuth s men. T Inal the rebels made a stand and entrenched themselves. Attack was de there and i Ter mined upon by Captain xxx Issmann a did not and though the rebels fought fierce y hear him saw there were spies among the members that the Triangle needed investigation and that they were wasting embezzling the funds the order. Witness said a motion prevailed to appoint a secret committee to investigate the question As to whether the report regarding the trial the Triangle had been received in another Camp but he had no knowledge As to whether not the committee was Ever appointed and defended themselves with great bravery they we re utterly Defeated with a loss 300 killed. Captain xxx Issmann lost Only seven men. The plot to kill Cronin Eva Hatch Ltd in Camp 20�?Dan Coughlin Mari the motion for the appointment that special committee Ami afterwards paved the Way for the murder by declaring that the unfortunate doctor was a British spy. Chicago oct. 31.�?at the opening the Cronin trial yesterday morning states attorney Longenecker asked for and was granted an attachment for Edward Spellman Peoria 111., District officer the clan a Gael. He wus subpoenaed As a witness september 13. And said he would come to Chicago when telegraphed for but has failed to appear to two notices to appear. A dispatch from Peoria says Spellman has not been in that City for two weeks. It is thought he is in hiding to avoid being placed the witness stand. P. H. Nolan financial Secretary Camp 20, proved an interesting witness. His most important testimony was the question Beggs famous reply to the question by a member the Camp in reference to the report the secret committee. A that committee must report to me alone a the sex senior guardian had said in the hearing witness and despite an unusually severe Cross examination by . Foster the witness stuck to his Point most tenaciously. Officer John Collins who went to Winnipeg and identified Burke testified merely in corroboration some the minor details a worn to by members the Zampi Captain Thomas f. Of Connor was the next witness. He has been a member the clan a Gael for Twenty five years and has belonged to Camp 20 for fifteen sixteen years. Was at the meeting the Camp the night february 8. In december and january Previ Ous to that meeting he had visited . Cronin s Camp. At the meeting Camp 20 february 8 witness Mude a speech following one made by Andrew Foy. Foy in his remarks stated that he arose under a terrible Strain. That after the disclosures Lecaron in London that the organization As an organization was no More. That there were four British spies in the organization and the organization should be reorganized and Given a new name and every one that was in the organization who had the slightest taint suspicion attached to him should be expelled from the organization. The witness continued a i got up and said that i had had positive information that the organization was run by a parcel rogues who had been robbing us our funds to the extent Tom ,000, and had sent some our Best men Aci Oss the seas to be imprisoned in English jails. I said i could state that i had positive information that the executive body had done these things. There were Crie All around demanding that i Tell whence i got my information. I said that if the senior guardian asked me to Tell i would Tell i told them i had heard a verbal report the trial committee at Buffalo and had also seen a written report in Long hand cover ing 300 pages foolscap. Dan Coughlin got his feet and moved that a secret committee be appointed to find out the source my information. There was quite a turmoil then and Beggs rapped the Camp to order saying i la hear no More this subject but 1 11 appoint the a Cross examination by . Foster the wit Ness said that in his speech he did not say it was . Cronin whom he heard read the report. He merely stated that he had heard the report in a clan a Gael Camp. He said there were other persons in the Camp that knew where he had heard it. The committee As he understood it was not appointed to find out the truth his information but to learn where he had gained his knowledge the matter. The motion for its appointment came immediately after his speech. Beggs did not make j the statement at that meeting that one Camp. Could not investigate a member another nor that other Camps should not be investigated except by the District Fleer. No motion was made to refer the matter to the District officer. He had known members one Camp being tried by another but did not know what the Constitution said that subject. He knew that Beggs had not said any thing about such an investigation being beyond the authority the Camp. The witness had told the coroners jury that a secret committee had been appointed. He had a conversation with Beggs before testis lying before the Coroner. He asked Beggs if he should Tell All he knew reveal All the secrets the order and he said a yes Tell every thing. Meetings might be As Well held in Battery d. Every about the order he did not advise witness to conceal any thing. Captain Connor then said he had told All he knew in connection with this Case. He never knew an organization in the clan a Gael known As the a Pinr a . Foster then interrogated the witness As follows a now. Vou have every desire to bring the murderers . Cronin to Justice and you would not conceal any thing that tended to that result a a i would not conceal any thing. I knew him and i have the desire to punish the. Guilty Harry Owen Connor gave some sensational . He swore that Friday March 1. At j the frs meeting after the reunion meeting and after Beggs Mcgarry and Powers had made speeches he met Dan Coughlin Dan took him aside and told him that information had been received from England that there was a Confederate in the order in Chicago. Dan then said that the indications were that . Cronin was the British spy referred to. This was the first direct evidence that had 4 Ben brought to Light to show that . Cronin was regarded As a spy by his fellow clansmen. The witness said he stopped him at that Point and said that the men among whom to look for Lecaron s confederates were those in whose interests Lecaron had been used to pack conventions and cast fraudulent votes. Coughlin said no More the subject. Patrick Mcgarry took the stand and said that in Bis speech february 22 he endorsed the wish that Unity might prevail but declared that it could not be obtained so Long As certain members persisted in Blac guarding in secret the Man referring to . Cronin that had the courage to take corruption by the Throat and throttle it. Also that the Man who recommended Lecaron to membership in the clan a Gael society was a thousand times greater scoundrel than Lecaron. The witness continued a when . Beggs got up he said that visiting members had come in and abused the hospitality the Camp. T was cowardly them to attack men behind their backs and say things they would t their face. Alexander sub friends in Trot worlds fair. Chicago Progress toward securing the great exposition for 1892-Somr to. Reason Why the Garden City 1� Mak % 1 ses was the Friend everywhere. Chicago oct. 30.�?in their Flo secure the world s exposition 18. Chicago the committee have been in e fat Gable in their labors and Are leaving no stones unturned to act Tnp a their aim. The discord in the East has aided them to some extent and a there is latent opposition to new City is demonstrated by the action the Rhode Island business men together by the governor that for the purpose voicing their sements in the matter fit the first Sion the convention the voice unanimously for new York. At next session addressed by Hon. Thom As b. Bryan representing Chicago the ayes and nays were called for and the vote was so close that t in governor was unable to decide which City the convention favored and asked for a rising vote which resulted Twenty six for Newyl Ork and Twenty two for Chicago. United states senator Blair new Hampshire opined when in hic ago a few Days ago that Chicago s chances for securing the xxx orld s t air were exceedingly Bright. The new Hampshire auxiliary company called Tho senator at his hotel and before he knew it he was at Headquarters 183 Dearborn Street. Xxx Hile Secretary Cragin we As confidentially outlining the magnitude the work that was being done c. B. Holmes walked in and addressing Secretary Cragin. Said a behalf the Chicago City railway company i wish to subscribe for $100,000 Worth Stock Quot at the same time handing him a Check for $2,000, which was two per cent his subscription. The senator opened his eyes but said nothing but before he left Headquarters he was enthusiastic for t hic ago. That the financial part the concern is All right is shown by the fact that $7,000.000 have already been subscribed with at least $3,000,000 More in sight. T a. President y Erkes the North c hic ago Street railway company has returned from a flying visit to the East and whatever doubt he has Ever had about Chicago getting the world s fair was dispelled by what he saw and heard. A i divided my time a he said a Between Philadelphia and new y Ork and if the facts could be known there is no surer thing but the masses in both places Are in favor Chicago for the worlds fair. Oyhat was the argument used i found in Philadelphia an almost Universal sentiment in favor the Vest the reason being that the people realize that too Little is known the a country at Large and believe that locating the fair in Chicago would be an inducement to thousands to visit the Vest who never have and otherwise never would hut die without beginning to know any thing the extent and resources the land in which they lived. Then again they argue that the East has had two monster fairs already one in old Crystal Palace in new y Ork Many years ago and the Centennial in Philadelphia Quot and besides they admit that the East is not prepared to do an exposition the kind the degree Justice that would be accorded it in the great Mississippi Valley. In fact i found that the philadelphian admitted about every thing the Roost enthusiastic chicagoan claimed As to the advantage our location our facilities to handle. Large crowds and care for visitors and when the time comes and Philadelphia does not lend a helping hand i will be greatly for the purpose showing the relative standing St. Louis and hic ago in the contest the following has been compiled at Headquarters consisting formal endorsements by conventions boards Trade fairs clubs and City councils in the Southern and Southwest Ern states state fairs. Boards Trade. Of a political conventions. Conventions. Commercial chips. City councils. Total. For Chic go. 1� 16 9 3 2 15 51 for St. Lev it. 0 2 0 0 0 0 a self satisfied a ruling by judge Mcconnell Anse a sen Atlon. Chicago oct. 28.�?in the Cronin trial saturday . D. G. Moore testified that the horrible wounds found upon . Cronin s head were made by the blows which All believe hammered out his life. Or. Forrest for the defense moved to strike out . Moore s testimony the ground that he had read in the morning papers the testimony . Egbert and the other witnesses called Friday. The Reading the papers he said practically made inoperative the Rule the court excluding witnesses from the court room. Judge Mcconnell sustained . Ror rest because the Rule excluding witnesses from the court was for the purpose preventing them from know ing what the others testified to. For an instant the Public prosecutors were dumbfounded. Or. Hynes was the first to contest the ruling and declared that if such an unprecedented ruling were followed the trial might just As Well Stop then and there. Or. Mills said it was time to Stop the Case if the testimony the rest the states witnesses was to be excluded for the reason that they had read the testimony wite murderer. B. M. Chamber declare he i glad he killed lawyer Bowmans held to the grand jury without Ball. St. Louis oct. 27.�?the preliminary l. Examination Bill Chambers for the in response to . Donahoe . O i Frank j. Bowman the Law nor testified that Patrick Sullivan was wag concluded at Clayton Friday not at the meeting february 8. Or. Afternoon and Chambers was held for the Foster asked . O Connor if he had grand jury without bail. Chambers was heard a member one Camp being a. Upon the stand and detailed the used and tried under any charge by Story the shooting. He stated that another Camp. Or. Of Connor said no when he shot Bowman the latter had and it we As not possible under the con made a motion As if to draw a revolver Stit ution. And believing one the other must be at the afternoon session the first wit killed it he fired. Chambers concluded Ness called we As Andrew Foy. He said his 8tatement by declaring in a tragic he belonged to Camp 20. He was at the manner a i shot him and am glad it meeting the night february 8 and Fae would have robbed me my made a few remarks. Captain t. F. Any and he deserved his last Connor had said a that informer Lecaron had been engaged by the executive body the order for some object in England and Ireland and there was some Money Given to Lecaron by the executive he thought it was $28,000. Lecaron was at that time testifying before the Parnell commission. Witness spoke concerning this he said that if there were spies in the Camp they ought to be driven Longenecker asked him accused anybody embezzling the funds. He said by implication he accused the Triangle but made no direct charges. He knew Burke Coughlin Sullivan and Cooney and they were All members Camp 20. Andrew j. Ford past guardian Camp 20, was not present at the meeting february 8, but attended a reunion february 22. None but members the order were present he Beard Patrick Mcgarry and Richard Powers visiting members make speeches. Senior guardian Beggs also map a speech. Mcgarry and pow Era made speeches Holzhay to the bar. Tha trial the noted highwayman begins at Bessemer Mich. Bessemer Mich., oct. 30.�?the Case Holzhay the highwayman Northern Wisconsin and Michigan was called for trial in the circuit court yesterday morning. Prosecuting attorney Howell a out. Judge geared for the people while the despot if Connor ado was represented by messes. Chamberlain and Gerpheide. The attorneys for the defense refuse to disclose their line action. One Rumor has it that the defense will plead an Alibi and an j other that it will try and prove that the j highwayman is insane. A 1 a diphtheria epidemic. Clinton 111., oct 29.�?the diphtheria Scourge has struck Clinton. There has been three deaths and several new cases Are reported. The High school with twelve rooms was dismissed monday morning and the afflicted fan Ilies quarantined. Care to say to Livan had lots Strong _ _ Camp and he was one them and that this talk most Stop that there must be peace if it took War to get it. After he got through i got the floor and objected strongly to the use the word cowardly that i had said nothing about Alexander Sullivan but from what . Beggs said he seemed to be the Man that i was talking about and that i was not afraid to Tell him to his face just what i had said Here and that every body who knew me knew what that meant.�?�. the night following . Cronin s disappear Anoe witness went to Patrick Sullivan a a House and told Sullivan that his contract with the doctor was a suspicious circumstance. Of Sullivan had asked him if he a did no to think Cronin was murdered by the u United order deputies. Witness had said that the doctor was murdered by some persons nearer Home when he said that Sullivan a Mouth and Chin twitched. Commerce and Industry. A cab plates Glass Are now Cut by electricity. The increase in the value All Southern crops this year Over Lart will Range somewhere Between $125,000,000 and $150,000,000. One the singular developments in the growth Southern industries is the Man-1 facture there Large quantities stoves a for the North. 1 a fire Kindler made Asbestos and used i with kerosene Oil is one the latest labor saving machines which a Maine Yankee has upon the Markel 13,000,000 barrels Salt annually consumed in the United states Michigan furnishes two sixths new York one sixth ten other Salt producing states one sixth and two sixths Are imported. The skillful Cork Cutter can produce from 1,500 to 2,000 corks a Day his Only tools being two Sharp Broad bladed knives. Machines have been introduced which Cau turn out about 2,000 corks an hour but they Are useless for the cutting the finer qualities. The state the Gem Market May be thus described be Price emeralds and rubies is yearly increasing. Diamonds and White pearls Are not getting dearer. Block pearls have been increasing steadily in Price for the last for five years in fact it is almost impossible to Supply the demand for them. In regard to a Vasington the people that City say that had they known what would be the effect the conclave the knights Templar upon its chances for securing the exposition 1892 they would never have invited the knights to go there. The knights went there 35,000 Strong and said that xxx Ashington could not accommodate them for even a few Days and laughed at the idea her taking care 250,000 More strangers daily for six months. The Paris exposition took in 307,000 tickets september 30, and up to that Date the attendance amounted to20,000,-000. Our fair will draw almost twice that Many As the people America As a people a much More highly appreciate affairs this kind than european the fair should and will go to Chicago and Newyl Ork and a Washington May As Well drop out the race. They must get out. Secretary Noble notifies cattlemen located the Cherokee strip that they most vacate their land. Washington oct. 31.�?Secretary Noble has written a Long letter to general Fairchild chairman the Cherokee commission in which he virtually serves notice upon the cattlemen who have leased from the indians lands within what is known As the Cherokee outlet that they must vacate the lands with their property before june 1, 1890. A a heavy to Bjo an explosion. Bella Ike o., oct. 31.�?wednesday a Large boiler the Bellaire blast Furnace exploded cracking two other boilers and wrecking the boiler House. The South end the Nail factory was demolished. The damage to the Mill and adjoining property will reach $200.000. Cattle stampeded by a Hall storm. Wichita Kan., oct. 31.�?it is reported Here that As a result a Hail storm in the Cherokee strip 10.000 cattle belonging to the Cherokee cattle company stampeded and scattered in Kansas and it is supposed the company considerable loss. Will suffer missionaries massacred. London oct. 31.�?advices from Brisbane state that the natives Southwest new Guinea have massacred Rev. Or. Savage who was sent out by the London missionary society a number native teachers and the Crew the Cutter Mary belonging to the society. �?1 inspector Martin murderer. Dublin oct. 31.�?at Maryborough fourteen persons convicted complicity in the murder police inspector Martin at Gwee Dore last february were sentenced to terms imprisonment ranging from two months to two Vears

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